Joseph Tanner

Rookie - 368 Points (29/01/1982 / United Kingdom)

Joseph Tanner Poems

1. Doors Opening 2/5/2005
2. Angels Night 2/11/2005
3. First Time 11/26/2005
4. Peter Pan 11/21/2005
5. Not The Same 11/21/2005
6. Not Your Way 11/21/2005
7. Looking At Boys 4/26/2006
8. Beauty Queen. 5/21/2006
9. If I Didn’t 5/25/2006
10. Today Is Now Tomorrow Is Another Day 5/27/2006
11. Who Am I? 9/13/2006
12. Domestic Fear 9/13/2006
13. Silence 10/10/2006
14. No Tears 12/12/2006
15. Fickle World 12/12/2006
16. Inept Generation 8/30/2007
17. Mirror 6/10/2005
18. I Am A Dreamer 6/10/2005
19. Unpredictability 11/21/2005
20. Six Colours 12/11/2005
21. Mirror, Mirror. 12/30/2005
22. Day Of Rest 12/30/2005
23. Restless Mind. 12/30/2005
24. Drink 12/30/2005
25. London Bombed 3/27/2006
26. Sweep 5/22/2005
27. Understanding 2/21/2005
28. Wall 2/18/2005
29. Victim 2/18/2005
30. Shattered Glass 1/19/2005
31. I Thought We Would! 4/6/2008
32. No Cheap Love…thanks! 8/20/2008
33. Devils Playground 11/18/2008
34. It Cost Nothing! 4/8/2009
35. I Choose Not To Hide 4/14/2009
36. Inspiration In This Lunacy 6/16/2009
37. Feeling The Way I Do 6/16/2009
38. A Man’s Dirty Night 6/22/2009
39. Yesterday Kid 7/27/2009
40. Forgotten Words 3/9/2019

Comments about Joseph Tanner

  • Lare Austin (1/28/2005 7:28:00 PM)

    Hi Joe...I just read your poem, 'Wake Up'...very powerful...very good. Super.

    Lare Austin

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Best Poem of Joseph Tanner

My Lost Child

I chose my way a long time ago,
That day I lost my child.
I always knew who I was,
Never accepting,
Still dreaming that I could be!
I have love to give.
Playing football in the park with my little boy.
Having tea parties on a Sunday afternoon with my little girl.
Watching my little angels grow,
Seeing myself in them,
Catching them when they fall.
To take all their tears and fears away,
Watching them fall in and out of love,
Protecting them from the world.
My child lost out on me,
For I have chosen in my love,
In love I’m protecting my ...

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Isolation

Prison
Lockdown,
Watching from my escape,
Cars hum and purr as they glide by,
I'm sure all for essential needs!
Observing the peace in the air,
Wildlife prosper and thrive,
Gulls sounding their distaste in the sky.
Watching as people walk on by aimlessly with no purpose,

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